Noah’s Ark & Atomy Paragon Center launch campaign to help reel in the Delta variant in the US & Philippines.
Noah's Ark & Co. announces its community partnership with Atomy Paragon Center – to launch a Pandemic Recovery Blueprint extracted from the Prophet & President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints quote in 2018.
In a November 2018 Church News article, the Prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Russell M. Nelson said in a video, “Eat your vitamin pills. Get some rest. It will be exciting!”
With the COVID 19 pandemic shutting down the whole world in March 2020, it has definitely been “very exciting” in one sense and devastating to many in another sense.
Noah’s Ark Executive Director & Co-Founder Corazon Ketchem and her family had COVID in January 2021. Ketchem wrote a Thrive Global Magazine article entitled, "How we Survived COVID with No Job & No Health Insurance." She now realizes that they subconsciously followed Nelson’s admonition to take their vitamin pills (immune boosting supplements) and rest at home with other home-based protocols. They believed that by exercising their faith to follow the Lord's prophet has helped them overcome the COVID virus without hospitalization.
With the Delta Variant and other possible mutations of the COVID virus sweeping the world recently, Atomy Paragon Center Director, Tina Dang, donated $20K USD to Noah’s Ark to teach community members & leaders in the Philippines how to use Atomy’s immune boosting products that can help Filipino families survive physically (& possibly financially) the effects of the COVID variants raging world-wide.
With this grant, Noah’s Ark is launching a Pandemic Recovery Blueprint initiative in the US & the Philippines patterned after Nelson’s quote to “eat their vitamins and rest” and to get vaccinated by competent medical professionals - to help many worldwide to overcome the new Delta variant.
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Corazon Ketchem - Executive Director & Co-Founder of Noah's Ark & Co. (a 501c3 self-reliance and community resilience organization).